Anti-inflammatory Turmeric, Honey And Flax Salad Dressing
Jun23

Anti-inflammatory Turmeric, Honey And Flax Salad Dressing

An easy and quick ways of reducing inflammatory ‘bad fats’ in your diet is to make your own salad dressings. Commercial salad dressings are loaded with sugar, preservatives and cheap processed oils that contain inflammatory omega 6 fatty acids. In the standard American Diet it is much easier for us to consume omega 6 fatty acids than it is for us to find omega 3 fatty acids. Most cheap plant oils such as Canola,...

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Quick Sardine Pate
Nov01

Quick Sardine Pate

Lets play name that food! Which food is rich in dense nutrition as it contains plentiful calcium for strong bones and teeth and is rich in omega 3 fatty acids for a healthy and productive brain, youthful skin and balanced mood. It benefits cardiovascular health by lowering cholesterol levels and LDL (our bad fats) and raising HDL (our good fats) and because it is an excellent source of vitamin B12 which helps to prevent...

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Thai Style Salmon Burger
Jul28

Thai Style Salmon Burger

I am such a lazy nutritionist!  I’ve said it before and I will say it again….I LOVE a recipe that I can make using only my blender! Believe it or not these burgers went straight from my blender and onto the grill with only a quick shaping and pat down with my hands in between. Wild Caught Alaskan salmon, including  chum, sockeye, pink and chinook have been evaluated by the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California as...

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Decadent Chocolate Hemp Spread
Apr14

Decadent Chocolate Hemp Spread

After a long Calgary winter, it is strawberry season at last and I just can’t get enough of pairing the juicy package of vitamin C with this clean and delicious Chocolate Spread.  With only 5 ingredients this is not your fake food Nutellery blend of sugar, milk solids, artificial flavour and modified palm oil but a delicious emulsion of whole foods that are all fantastically nutritious for the body. Let’s start with...

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The Power of Fish Oils
Nov04

The Power of Fish Oils

New research from Oxford University England this week, demonstrated that a mothers ingestion of omega 3 fatty acids, through fish oils, in pregnancy could prevent dyslexia in children even if the child is born with the gene related to dyslexia present.  Brain friendly omega 3 fatty acids found in oily fish and flax seed oils have almost vanished from our diets as they are crowded out with inflammatory omega 6 and trans fatty...

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